Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, April 25, 1918, Image 2

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We Want Your
V/. A. Wise, Dentist.
Highest cash j>rie« paid for calves.—
Claud Hall.
Max Mattoon was over from Sand-
lake yesterday.
1 will pay 20c per pound for calf hides
—Grover W itt.
Dr, G eorge’s have remodeled their
house on the farm.
Thos. Fay. piano tu n e r of Portland,
was in town Friday.
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. will
pay 34c per dozen for eggs.
Dr. T urner, of Portland, visited Clov
erdale last week T hursday.
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Alec Fraser, of Salm on River, was a
Cloverdale visitor yesterday.
Mrs. H ugh A ntrim and the tw ins left
for the valley Monday lor a short visit.
Mrs. E d Earl spent a few days of last
week w ith her m other, Mrs. Hayward
a t Beaver.
Joe A nfderm auer and son were in
Cloverdale yesterday m orning from their
Three R iv e rs’ ranch.
For Sale—25 head of hogs, large and
small. Also one registered Duroc Lore.
Fred Affolter, Neskowin.
Mr. Axel Nelson lias returned home
after spending th e w in te r in southern
California. H e reports the climate fine
down there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brink returned
home af r a short visit w ith th e ir si u
’’ , in p.’r'r.iud
Mrs B rin k ’s sister
r e lu m e d with them .
If you want to make good catches Luv
vour fishing tackle a t V. F. Learned's.
New assortm ent of flies. We carry the
(rest grado of tackle.
A basket social will he held a t tlie
Union school Friday evening, May 3,
for the benefit of the J u n io r Red Cross
a lit th e echo I. H om e made candy will
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FACTS AND FIGURES
Ja p a n e se government experts
a re raising tobacco in Korea
from American seed.
A wheel chair has been p a t­
ented th a t can be folded com­
pactly for storage when idle.
Otliclal figures show th a t the
sew ers of American cities are
long enough to girdle th e earth.
A Swiss scientist who made
more than 2,000 tests decided
th a t snails have no sense of
sight.
India Is now raising cotton on
13,203,000 acres of laud, an In­
crease of about 7 per cent from
lust year.
Ox, Slowest Animal.
T here Is no animal possessing less
speed than an ox. In the old days, the
duys before the advent of railroads it
would take n farm er and Ills ox team
two weeks to make a round trip with
twenty-five or thirty bushels of grain
to market, a trip th a t can now he
m ade by lull in half a day. Then the
p a tie n t animals did well to jig along
a t ttie ra te of two or three feet u sec­
ond.
Severe Test.
P e r l i n n s no test of one’s poise and
mnmm 1 dexterity is more diliieult for
a m an of sedentary and Intellectual
p u rsu its than the effort to pick up
seven or eight newly released w a te r­
melon seeds from the tablecloth with
his left hand w ithout arousing so much
as a passing suspicion In Ids wife's
b re a st th a t they’re there at all.—Ohio
S ta te Journal.
L o o k as fa r as 'y o u lik e
-You will never find more
b&jutifull Wall Papers than
1 can show you.
jyce in touch with me today
W. A. HIGH
CLOVERDALE.
ORE.
WOODS IT EM S.
Mr. Colestock is a frequent visitor
to Pacific City now- He is expected to
scow lum ber for Mr. Beals, from there
to Cloverdale.
Mrs. Grace Learned has been at
Pacific City a few day* visiting ber
parents.
Bert C ornett and family have been
j under the w eather for th e past week.
Almost every one in this town is com­
plaining more or less.
34c psr Dozen
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
The governm ent inspector is now at
Pacific City inspecting the lum ber as
fast as it leaves the saw. W hile the
percent of first class airplane lum ber is
m t gre.it, there will lie enought to make
a good m a n y airplanes during the
sum m ers run.
Byron Randall and wife were Clover
dale visitors Saturday night.
Mr. Ixjcke, the mill wriglit who has
been to work on the mill for th e last six
weeks re tu rn e d home Saturday.
We notice th a t our enterprising Post
M aster has the foundation laid f o r a new
building, We have not been informed
a t this writing whether it is to be the
City Hall or Post Office.
Following Sunday School at the Mis­
sion n ext Sunday morning Grandpa
Collier will give an in te re stin g talk.
T here will be no service a t Pacific City
next Sunday evening b u t the following
S unday services will be resum ed as
usual.
The New
T SIX
E dw ard’s DipicAiacy.
E dw ard had been told repeatedly
not to sny he did not like food which
The F r i n k Owens hom e caught tire w as passed to him at the table. He
last Friday afternoon hut Howard with was Invited to a neighbor’s to dinner
tie garden hose a c ting as hose Co. No. 1 and w as offered cherry pie, which he
W.'ll had '.he blaze extinguished with did not care for. li e tactfully said,
A Dty ol Pleasure.
“ Well, I’m Just crazy for cherry pie,
only alight damage.
but won’t you Just save It for sup­ C ontributed bv one of the Cloverdale
High School girls.
R alph W erschkul, of Portland, made per?"
This is the largest and finest car that ever carried the
The C. II. S. went on a hike,
Cloverdale a short call last Sunday, lie
GRANT
SIX name plate—a car that is without real compe­
To some it was a shock.
drove in over th e m ountains with his
They
said
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O
dear,
th
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y
’ll
never
climb
tition in its Trice class.
Chinese P lant Statuettes.
father's Font a n d re tu rn e d by train
To th e top of Castle R o c k .”
Chinese gardeners sometimes plant
Monday, leaving th e m achine here for
Hut High School kids are dauntless.
h'.i father, who ¡3 expected to arrive in sta tu e tte s of tiny men firmly In
The individual beauty of its lines, its unusual size and
‘‘Well, well! we'll see!" said they,
pots. Just like real plants, and then
Tillamook County some day this week.
“
W
e'll
ride
up
in
a
wagon
its extraordinary mechanical refinement, will make this new
tra in live evergreens to grow up over
And save part of the d a y .”
It was a splendid lecture th a t was these statuettes. T he vines thus form
model one of the most talked of cars of the coming season.
They reached their destination
given to the people of Cloverdale in the a kind of robe for the s ta tu e tte meu,
And spent a lot of time
their white faces and hands protruding
In getting across the river
Presbyterian c h u rc h by Rev. H ays, of from the green leaves.
Its powerful, flexible and remarkably smooth-running
Before tliev started th e climb.
P ortland, last S unday evening. T lie
engine is of the overhead valve type with balanced crank­
Then m> the hill they wended
atT eopticon views showed th e ruins in
shaft, ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
An Arab’s Saying.
Among the fern and brush,
France of famous c hurches among them
Sometimes
they
slid
down
backwards,
"It
Is
well
that
all
men
a
re
not
rich.
the R eihm s c a th e d ra l, erected in 1212,
J u s t to avoid the rush.
Itlohes corrupt the soul, hut virtue
th e destruction of which has been most
enlarges tin* hope.” T hese words were In about a half an hour
talked of since the terrible war began. found In the parchm ent of an Arabic
I hey reached th e rockv top.
This cathedral had 500 statues and a tre a tise by some ruler, and is no doubt 1 would tel! you liow they acted
But haven't tim e to stop.
colored glass window' forty feet in d ia m ­ the b itte r verdict of many tha t are
eter. It was this ancient edifice tha t rich today.—Exchange.
They hung a flag upon a pole
Tillam ook,
Oregon
And watched it ben t and b lo w .
th e Germ an* agreed not to molest as it
Then someone mentioned “ d in n e r ”
w t* considered property saered to all
W h a t Might Have Been.
And no one was verv slow.
people. Later the G erm ans bom barded
“ What are you worrying about?" ‘'If You may talk about go,. | ( :ikc and pie
it mid now it is a mass of ruins.
I eat eggs 1 think about the chickens
And tilings th a t c a n ’t be beat,
they would have produced, and if 1 But t h a t wouldn't tasted half as good
Married at Tillamook.
As w hat they had to eat.
eat chicken* I think about the eggs
Last Saturday evening at the Metho­ they might have laid; and i t 's becom­ Anil when they shifted down the hill
Some walked, some slid or rolled.
dist parsonage of Tillamook occurred ing difficult for me to enjoy anything." W hen they reached th e gra--v bank
beio-.v
the m arriage of Mrs Main lie Foster to
No one felt very cold.
Uncle Eben's V iew of Life.
Lawrence Olds.
The eeremonv was
"Life,” said Uncle Eli« n. "is like a . I ’m sure th a t all enjoyed themselves
perform ed by Key. Gibson. Mr- Foster
With verv little cost,
trip
lu a flivver. If you misses <le
has been postmistress a t this place for
Not one got killed r fainted
right way. the h a rd e r yon travel de j But one little soph got lo s t.
th e past (our years and is well known
worse you gits l o s t . " —W ashington
They had to go hom e and leave him.
in the county. Mr. Olds is unite well Star
County Dairy In s p e c to r
And next time they hike from home,
know n, having worked on the Big Nes-
They ought to take up a collection
tucca ill .linage project and later at the
And hire a good cha|*eron.
Culture
N'ot
Enough.
shipyard in Tillamook. The Courier
T e l e p h o n e Main 3—anil Mutual
Tillamook. Oregon
"C ulture i* dust and ashes if the
joins th e ir many friends in good wishes
spiritual
foundations
a
r
e
not
well
laid,
Shoes
Worn
in
Early
Days.
for a liappv future.
and il takes two. a man and a woman,
IPgli-heeh d hoots were worn by
to lay those foundations."- Dorothy allies for three p a rts of the eighteenth
Dea'.h I Mrs. Wtbb
Canfield.
•« iitnrv. They raised their fair werfr-
Mrs. Edwin W ebb died suddenly at
r- some Inches, rendering walking
ENOCH M O R G A N ’S
her hom e on the llu sh b e c k place. W ed­
llfflcult and running Impossible,
E O N S CO.
Cone Forever.
But these fashion* were confined to
nesday morning. Mrs W'ebb had be« n
In th e meantime, w hat lias become the rich. The poor wore shoes of
ailing for a week or more, b u t was not of the old fashioned tnnn who gave
wood, ret 1- and untnnned leather
considered dsngerousli ill. KfTection of away all the pennies he received to The lllghlander made hrognns out of
children?
untnnned deer hide, and the southern
th e heart was th e cause. H er many
nations wore cloth sandal* and slip­
frieuds will he pained to learn of her
p e rs . It w as not until the y ear 1$00
Thought for Day.
u n e x jm te d death.
Buy
T h e re are In the world few thlrg* that :.n Engl.simian Invented "rights
I r m e Mabla llushbeck was born in
and le f ts ;" previously both shoes were
that
a
re
worth
bavins.
W atsonville, California,
November
shaped ex a c th alike. So f a r ns we
For
14th, lHfid In November. 1WM, she
For
un discover, the aboriginal tribes of
Bids
Wanted.
cam e to Oregon Cltv, Oregon, with her
Amorim never,« err barefooted. They
folks.moving »o Cloverdale in J u n e the
always made and wore moccasins, the
following year. On February 27. 1‘K.V.
easiest shoe ever iuvented.
“A c t i o n s s p e a k l o u d e r t h a n
Cloven Ule School. Diet. No. 22. will
she was m arried to Edwin J. W ebb, of
w ord s - A c t - D o n t Talk - B u y Now
Cloverdale, »'re. Two children were receive bid* up to and including Saturday
Naturally.
born to th is union, Lewi*, age ten. and April 11, IMS, for 45 rk*. drv alder and
“T he man r.e met j e s t e r h i v looked
Meriil. age eight, both living. She died 5 rk*. drv fir wood to t«e ricked in school very qti r « h i I -ked him if he
'I tv . to I vin The ! .. ¡fie B udding
Salt Fish F r Sale.
Apiil 2", HMM, leaving a hu*ban<1, tw o wood shed, ** by Sept. U t balance by were in te r e s t'd in the .«hnt-In move­
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Salted
wnoie
«teelhead 10c per pound,
ment.”
children, two sisters, four brothers and O il. 1st
here. Enquire at the office of Taylor ¡ steelhead tarliv, 1 2^0 per pound.
"No wonder, lie's ju s t out of Jail.”
Bred Briiilv, I'ist Clerk.
Real E state Agency.
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Cha*. Crnther?.
u io tb tr to uiwiuu ber death.
C r u th e r ;, Cloverdali
Cloverdale.
Now Coming
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